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ORGANIZATION: Washington State Bar Association


The Disciplinary Board plays a crucial role in the lawyer discipline process. Members serve an important
and challenging adjudicative role and preside over lawyer disciplinary proceedings. All members serve
on the full Board and on one Review Committee.

The full Board meets monthly online or in a hybrid setting (online and at the WSBA’s Seattle office).
Review Committee meetings are held online monthly.

The Disciplinary Board carries out adjudicative functions and duties according to the Rules for
Enforcement of Lawyer Conduct adopted by the Washington Supreme Court, and its recommendations
and decisions are subject to review by the state Supreme Court. The full Board reviews
appeals from hearing officer decisions and also approves or rejects certain stipulations to discipline. The Disciplinary Board is split up into four Review Committees. Each Review Committee consists
of three members, which review disciplinary investigation reports and appeals from dismissals of

Most of the Board’s work is highly confidential.

The term is three-years: October 1, 2024 - September 30, 2027.

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About Washington State Bar Association


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Mission Statement

The mission of the Washington State Bar Association is to serve the public and the members of the Bar, ensure the integrity of the legal profession, and to champion justice.


The WSBA is an administrative arm of the Washington Supreme Court. It administers admissions, licensing, and discipline for lawyers in Washington state. In addition, the WSBA provides services to its 37,000 members and resources to the public.


Justice & Legal
Justice & Legal


Tue Oct 01, 2024 - Mon Dec 30, 2024


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Legal (General)
  • Public Advocacy




  • Must be at least 21
  • Service on the Board requires a substantial time commitment. Full Board meetings last 2 to 5 hours, and Review Committee meetings last approximately 3 hours. Board members must review extensive records; considerable reading and meeting preparation
  • Applicants must be willing to devote time to reviewing and considering a significant amount of material and making decisions in a fair and impartial manner.

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